6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-B10 LCFW released
The PSP PRO dev team recently suffered a major blow with the loss of ColdBird from the team.
6.20 Pro-B10, 6.35 Pro-B10, 6.39 Pro-B10 and 6.60 Pro-B10 are now available for download.
Changelog for Pro-B10 is listed below:
[!]fix bugs: ISOCache infinite loop?unsupport>2GB ISO?and Need for Speed: Carbon Own The City track disappear
[!]ISOCache default 256
[!]fix PSPGo ISO VIDEO MOUNT problem in start game
[!]fix Recovery menu low probability halt?Recovery menu cpu speed not display 333/166
[!]fix problem in ISO file name (thx to popsdeco)
[!]fix ISO file size when mounting UMD through USB (thx to neur0ner)
[!]optimize order of the patch
[!]fix the problem of decryption code
[+]reduce FastRecovery file size?speedup fast recovery (thx to neur0ner)
[+]support Satelite and Recovery menu translation file?fonts can be changed
[+]hold R to disable VSH plugins when start XMB
[+]Recovery menu add Delete Hibernation and highlight effect
[+]support 2GB~4GB ISO/CSO
Supported Kernel and Hardware Revisions:
- 6.20 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g]
- 6.35 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
- 6.39 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
- 6.60 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
- 6.20 PRO-B10 : Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
- 6.35 PRO-B10 : Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
- 6.39 PRO-B10 : Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
- 6.60 PRO-B10 : Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
How To install 6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-B10
- Upgrade to the required firmware:
- Download the installer package for your target OFW
- Copy PROUpdater and FastRecovery folders to PSP/GAME
- Run Proupdater and follow on screen prompts
[spoiler title=”Credits for the Pro-B10 build”]
Total_Noob: For the initial discovery of the Power-Kernel-Exploit in 6.20 OFW.
Coldbird: For initial reverse of the TN Kernel Exploit, Hacks to make it 6.3X compatible and several other things CFW related.
VirtuousFlame: For the ISO Loading Code, Custom PSX EBOOT Support and most of the CFW related code.
Mathieulh, Geohotz, TPU and everyone else involved for making PSP signing possible, making the Minna No Sukkiri Exploit redundant.
Dark_Alex for the initial M33 CFW who guided us mentally through several CFW generations by giving good examples on how to patch Sony OFW.
Davee for his v1 register leak address discovery used in Power-Argument-Patching.
victor.rds for the cool animated Fast Recovery Icon. (http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=3716#p42091)
Takka and Plum for their idea of preventing hibernation deletetion.
kgsws for his idea of faking vshmain module as permanent patch
bbtgp and Draan for their PrxEncrypter source code to produce the signed fake vshmain module for permanent patch
bbtgp, Dark_AleX, Noobz, Team C+D, M33 Team, and coyotebean for their new psardumper source to get the OFW binary
neur0n for his syscall execution in kernel mode, and CIPL allowing hackable PSPs to have CFW installed permanently, and several bug fixes
jas0nuk for his PSPident source to detect if it is a TA-88v3 unit
ardi for his umd4homebrew to enable UMD in homebrews
some1 for his exploit on 6.39 OFW, allowing CFW on 6.39
again some1 and Davee for their exploit on 6.60 OFW, allowing CFW on 6.60
Yoti for blocking satellite menu in Go!cam
And last but not least – Sony for making a wonderful, however very locked down, portable gaming handheld.
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